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The course will be delivered by experienced trainers in the field who know the most critical aspects affecting PV employees firsthand. Throughout the training sessions, practical examples and frequently asked questions will be addressed through a rigorous and practical approach, our course will treat another different subject such as the international context of pharmacovigilance, and sources of information in pharmacovigilance, in order to document signal detection, ICSRs, PSURs, Referrals and more, presenting practical situations which may impact on daily activities.

We will also be talking about the latest updates national and international guidance (FDA, EMA,…) for signal detection in pharmacovigilance, with practical examples of medical evaluation in signal management, focussing also on the issues most frequently encountered.

Why Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance?

Increasing demand across the world for skilled professionals who can carry out surveillance safety trials and make reliable reports by leveraging the technological advancements in the field.

What is Module 3?

Once the pharmacovigilance trainee understands drug safety regulation and is able to handle pharmacovigilance activities on a daily basis, this module, allow him/her to lead projects on identifying new potential risks and developing risk minimization action plans to prevent or mitigate these risks which are at the heart of all pharmacovigilance activities throughout the product lifecycle.

This course is brought to you by:

InnoVigilance and Canada CRS.

talent behind This course

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Omar Aimer
PharmD, PhD
Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance specialist
Has over 10 years of experience focusing on Quality Assurance and Risk Management of Medical Devices in the hospital environment and more than 8 years in Pharmacovigilance. He has a Master of Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety from Paris Descartes University with a strong knowledge of the European Medicine Agency's Pharmacovigilance Regulation and Good Pharmacovigilance Practices, and 5 years of experience in Pharmacovigilance in France (ANSM and Hospitals). Omar has 11 years experience as lecturer on Pharmacology in Algiers (Algeria) and Clinical Research in Versailles (France) and Orgnized Pharmacovigilance workshops in Montreal Canada.Since 2017, he works as Pharmacovigilance Specialist Pharmaceutical Industry in Canada. Omar is an author and international speaker about the impact of Artifcial Intelligence on Pharmacovigilance. He is currently leading projects for pharmacovigilance training and mentoring students at McGill University. In 2020, Omar earned a Certification on Improving Global Health Focusing on Quality and Safety from Harvard University. He is also an active member of the International and North American Society of Pharmacovigilance.

Are You Ready To Start?

$390.00 per year

Learning path

    • Signal Management 01:00:00
    • Aggregate reporting (PSUR, PEBRER, ASR, PADER) 01:00:00
    • Risk Management System (Risk Management Plan, REMS, RMM, Communication) 01:00:00
    • Audits and Inspections 01:00:00
    • PV Interview 01:00:00
    • Personalized Coaching Support 01:00:00

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